Thursday, March 26, 2009

Eloise is going home.


Eloise's medical care is complete and she will be headed back to Haiti on Friday. She has recovered well and has been such a blessing to her host family. Some exciting news - since Eloise is an orphan, her host family is going to try to adopt her! They have a special meeting while they are in Haiti and I pray that Haiti will give them permission to pursue her adoption. It will be great if she can go back to the family she has already bonded to and grown to love.


Fedna Pictures

Here is a picture of Fedna with her family back in Haiti.

Fedna's back before surgery.


Fedna's back after surgery.




Please continue to pray for her as she re-adjusts to her family. And please pray for her host family, the Ivey's here in the States. They love and miss her so much. Hosting a child on a medical visa has many wonderful rewards, but it is so hard to say goodbye to a child you have loved and cared for.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Fedna is home!

Little Fedna returned home to Haiti this week. Hopefully we will have pictures of the reunion soon!

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Saintana is home.

Some pictures, as promised.


Monday, March 2, 2009

Updates

Saintana is on her way home! She and her host momma are on their way to Haiti so that this sweet girl can be reunited with her family. Hopefully we'll have pictures of the reunion soon.



Little Fedna will be headed home soon. She had spina bifida surgery in TX. She is doing great and the doctors have give the all clear for her to return to Haiti.

Eloise is out of the hospital and back home with her host family. Thank you for all your prayers during those scary couple of days when she was so sick.

We currently have several children we are looking for medical care for. I will work on getting their pictures and information up on the sidebar. We are desperately in need of some pediatric cardiothroacic surgeons that would be willing to consider donating their time to help some children in Haiti. If you know of anyone that might be interested in helping, please let us know. medicaladvocacyteam@live.com